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that whole war to get away from inherited power. and he's back from north korea. dennis rodman is done sucking up to a buffoonish leader and he's going on donald trump. and mitt and ann romney are back to remind you that the media covered whether president obama was even born here was in the tank for president obama. and today is the 100th anniversary of the u.s. department of labor. happyhappy birthday. and it's the birthday of chaz bono, everybody loves chaz bono, and rick perry. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: good evening, i'm john fugelsang, and this is "viewpoint." while most of the political world indulged in its latest spectator sport, blaming each other over the the sequester president obama named three nominees to the cap innocent post. energy, office of management and budget. leaving the blame game to the white house press secretary jay carney. >> it is unfortunate, again it's a wholly unnecessary decision made by republicans to allow this to happen. >> john: of course if you listened to speaker of the house john boehner you would know that the $85 bill
court. we'll be checking in with san francisco city attorney dennis herrera. he has been -- >> on the forefront. >> stephanie: in the trenches the whole time on this marriage equality issue. big show. big show today! by the way speaking of big shows, sexy liberal chicago looking at my flights -- booking my flight yesterday. on its way to sellout. hal sparks, john fuglesang and i at the chicago theatre april 13. oh and rocky mountain mike reminds us what airline i will be flying because if you tuned in my flight back from tucson tucson -- >> horny middle-aged woman. [ laughter ] >> how is that working out? >> stephanie: this is my experience lately. straight men and women when you tell them you're gay they take that as a challenge -- >> to move in on your mouth. >> stephanie: to ask -- she leaned in on the flight and said may i kiss you? like she was offering a mint. i was like no. no, no no. thank you. no, thank you. i was a very pommite chipmunk -- i was a very polite chipmunk. would you like my peanuts? >> no. >> did she take no as an answer the first time? >> stephanie
. it will be a great show and we have our entire team here. >> wait, are we going to have dennis rodman on today's show. >> i think so. and in honor of dennis i'm here this morning, but guess what -- don't hate me. [ laughter ] >> all right. we're going to get started in just a minute here. i want you all to call in 866-55-press, 866-557-7377. good morning, welcome to the "bill press show." my name is jamal simmons and we'll be right back. ♪ billy zane stars in barabbas. coming in march to reelz. to find reelz in your area, go to reelz.com you know who is coming on to me now? you know the kind of guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? ♪ >> announcer: broadcasting across the na
and all-around ever man dennis rodman shown here wearing a wedding dress at a bookstore. how did north korea respond? they made him sit down with this teenage extra from fast and furious. that is their leader. and they have nuclear weapons? neat. ♪ >> the two sat down and watched a basketball game. and it should be added that according to dead spin the rules for basketball in north korea are different. for example, dunks are worth three points. things we call three pointers are worth four points and if you score a basket within the last three seconds of the game you get eight points also there is the unwritten rule that anyone who disagrees will be imprisoned and tortured. bens any rodman shout down with george sound you make when you neez. >> he lost power -- and stuff like that -- but he just -- he's just a great guy. >> a great guy. rodman doesn't think all human right's abusers are great people. i'm done talk now. ♪ >> michael: brett you get three points for that drunk. someone is always in our "war room," check us out on line at current.com. that's also where
spectacle dennis rodman told north korean dictator kim jong-un you have a friend for life. i'm glad you're becoming friends of the dictators but whose life do you mean, dennis? the lifetime of someone in the north korean force labor camp? that's not very long. i think dennis rodman's trip to north korea is great diplomacy but kim has enough friends for one lifetime. >>> after two years of unrest and civil war in syria, after tens of thousands of casualties, after unlimited destruction to countless syrian cities and sites, the u.s. announced their first major policy shift in regard to the conflict. america will for the first time offer direct nonlethal aid a $60 million package to the free syrian army mainly consisting of food rations and medical supplies given to carefully screened members of the fsa. that announcement was made earlier today by secretary of state john kerry who was in rome for an international conference on syria. >> this funding will allow the opposition to reach out and help the local councils to be able to rebuild in their liberated areas of syria. >> john: joining u
in the words of my friend dennis rodman don't hate me just don't hate me. i'm jamal simmons this is the "bill press show," have a good day. >> guess what, don't hate me guess what don't hate me. ♪ >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: hello tv world. happy monday morning. eric boehlert from media matters coming up. john fuglesang, sexy liberal and melissa fitzgerald, actress jacki, the third member of our truffle. hot brie. she, jim, is sleeping at my house. >> oh, really? >> do tell. >> stephanie: i know you picture naked pillow fights and all. guess what we did. we watched the replay of "meet the press" and talked [ bleep ] about david gregory. that's what we did. >> you're a little too scandalous today. that's what political geeks do. that was our naughty slumber party. >> she had just flown in from d.c. if i'm not mistaken. >> she's moving to my hood! >> i've lost her to you. you have greater negotiating skills than i do. she moved out of my neighborhood and into yours. >> stephanie: you lost the turf war. >> seriously. >> ste
here is that would look so solid with dennis rodman's jacket, the one with all of the dollars on it. that would just be such a perfect look. you know, rodman had on his little ralph lauren hat and the scarf which was really nice. >> peter: tied it all together. >> our new diplomat, dennis rodman. >> america's got talent has hired a new judge to replace sharon osborn. heidi klum will join the nbc talent show joining howard stern, howie mandel on the judge's panel. >> that's a decent enough -- >> she's got judging experience. >> here's the deal. let me put it this way. i don't watch any of the schlocky competition stuff. but that is one that i can col tate while my kids -- that i can tolerate while my kids wash. >> you won't watch when they rescue louie anderson? >> finally, the national rifle association is upping the ante sponsoring an upcoming nascar sprint cup series race april 13th at the texas motor speedway. formerly the texas 500. it will be called the nra 500 in the first saturday prime time race of the season. in front of a crowd of 190,000 people. last year, the nra sponsor
was talking about. i love them. they are really good shirts. wow, we chose to talk to dennis miller. he explained while campaign life was exciting -- oh not as exciting as it was for us. he is fine being outside what he called the bubble. so now he's back in the real world, has that cart with the one wheel that goes the wrong way. don't you hate when you get that cart -- shut up, you have never been in a supermarket ever! here is mittens. >> i am very concerned about the country, i have to be honest dennis. i'm still concerned about the country and keep looking for the most effective way for me to get the country on a course of remaining strong and powerful in terms of our values military our soft power, our economy. the america people need a strong america. so i'm going to keep finding ways to keep america as strong and vibrant as possible. but that's the frustration with losing. which is i don't have the incite that i could have obviously, if i won that election. >> stephanie: thank you captain obvious. >> he is the chairman of his son's corporation. you are really searc
. >> john: he was on dennis miller's show. >> speaking of vaginas. >> john: he told dennis that he's leading a normal life again. although mitt romney couldn't have a normal life if his dad died and willed him one. what's a normal life for mitt romney who makes $20 million a year for not working. >> i guess the dog is back on the roof. >> that poor dog. i think smaller chandeliers. >> it is all relative, right? for him a normal life is he's riding the elevator to see his car. >> john: how did the g.o.p. wind up nominating such an out-of-touch candidate? or how did citizens united help him buy the nomination? >> i think all of their candidates are out of touch. it was completely reflective of who they are right now. >> the best of what was available. >> jon huntsman never had a chance. it was his turn in the barrel. the rest of them were -- >> john: jon huntsman who was never the front-runner at all. that campaign was so depressing, sara mclaughlin was doing late night infomercials for it. speaking of altered states, hippies were right. if everyone would spark up a don't doob everyone would b
dennis rodman can meet with them, but the president can talk with him. >> you can't say we're not talking to them, we sent dennis rodman over there. >> that was an odd thing but sometimes things like that can break ground. kim young unsid -- un did say he wants to talk to president obama. >> bill: on another issue, senator rand paul who actually did a real filibuster, first one we have seen for three years. and raised the issue of drones and raising the questions of what policies do we have in place that guide the use of drones both overseas and here in the united states. did he do the right thing? >> i didn't think he did. i was a little critical of him. grandstanding until i read your column. >> woe. >> i swear i got it in my inbox this morning and i read your column, and i thought you are right. this is a serious issue, i have to put aside my feeling about rand paul, and i think he did the right thing in two ways. this was a real filibuster. and two, this is a good point. i support this president. i think this is a national security president -- >>
to turn. just calm down, everyone, brett's talking. >> when 1990s rebound champion dennis rodman started hanging out with kim jong-un i thought it was the weirdest thing i ever seen. but days later when steven seagal started hanging out with vladimir putin i thought maybe there is something to this. maybe the secret of patching up relations with notorious world leaders rests on the charms of the 90s. we'll go to evil dictator 90s era personality matchmaker. what better way to rebrand the personality than to pair him up with clutzy neighbor steve urk urkkel. steve will teach him how to be the clutzy neighbor next door. killing thousands of my own citizens--did i do that? next up, fidel castro--is he still alive. we're going to match him up with the principal of "saved by the bell." if they're both alive or if thereabout deadthey're both dead they're going to retire in arizona. and finally the ghost of hugo chavez will be paired up by the ghost of patrick swayze in the movie "ghost." they'll strap on comfy track suits. it will be awkward at first. but once that clay starts spinning
after screwing things up. george bush celebrated by going to his local dennys dressed in a flight suit and ordering the grand slam breakfast. people have signed a petition objecting to comments on that c in my n perceived as sympathetic to the steubenville rapist. there is a number any rapist can call if they feel the stress. phillip roth is 80 and bob dylan's album was released 51 years ago today. if you're angry about the iraq anniversary, we're all 56 now. ♪ theme ♪ >> i'm john fugelsang. ten years ago the invasion of iraq began. we all know what followed, zambrano hussein's regime was top would u.s. troops found themselves in a quagmire as civil war broke out. the u.s. adopted a counter insurgency strategy. whether it really succeeded is till a matter of intense debate. there is no debate that it prepared the ground for a u.s. pullout, allowing president obama's spokesman jay carney to remind reporters today that this president fulfilled his promise to end the war. >> he fill filled that promise in a way that allowed iraq to have the best possible chance to provide for a better
from the united states to meet with the new leader of north korea is dennis rodman, the former nba star hung out with kim jung ung. robin told him he has a friend for life. and he called the u.s./north korea relationship regrettable. >> bill: why is it regrettable? they are building nuclear weapons. >> those pictures are insane. >> totally insane. that leader of north korea is in sane. any other country, he would be committed. in north car e a -- >> maybe iran. >> the ex miss teen delaware u.s.a. who res found our crown. >> i am so proud of her. >> speaking of famous delawareans. she resigned her crown after it was revealed she started in a porn video. she has gotten appear job offer offering her $250,000 to be the spokeswoman for the website since she can't be any teen usa. they will call her ms. uporn. no response from ms. king yet. >> i wonder where she is from in delaware. i wonder if she is in my hometown delaware city. >> delaware city. >> 250, she is 18. >> 18, yeah. >> not bad money. look once you have made a sex tape and people have reporte
. >> stephanie: stop looking at smoke. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ] dennis rodman is on it. >> oh, thank god. >> fresh from his summit in north korea. >> that worked out so well. they declared war against us. >> stephanie: shut the front door. really? is setting his sights on fixing the pesky problems plaguing the church. rodman is jetting to rome. that's the funniest part, rodman has people in rome. okay. have been in touch with the vatican and they're trying to arrange a sit-down with whoever the next guy is. dennis said i want to be anywhere in the world that i'm needed. you're not needed anywhere but thanks for -- why is he suddenly -- >> first of all -- >> he pops up like jimmy carter. >> stephanie: so random. >> hal: i'm 100% fine with that. exporting weird is one of our untapped resources. we have a lot of interesting weird individuals in this country. >> stephanie: it is just weird. [ applause ] >> hal: they were watching the harlem globetrotters. that's where dennis rodman and kim jong-un were watching the harlem globetrotters together. >> stephanie: hal sparks, funniest teenager in
approximately dennis van rockyleal creating great public schools for every student in america. tcpi out more about their good work at ner.org out there on the forefront of many issues today and always fighting for kids and for parents and teachers talking about paul ryan releasing his budget, dead on arrival. not one new idea in it. the camesame ol' crap as in last year's budget. all of which was rejected by american votesers in november of 2012. yet paul ryan is considered a hero, a serious thinker for putting forth this piece of crap. peter, what's going on? >> quick story from outside the belt wraifrnlths, bill. we talk a lot about the marijuana lawway, bill. we talk a lot about the marijuana law in an interview with the denver post nancy pelosi said the federal government should regulation expect the laws in colorado and basically, let's stop fighting it. the people have spoken. they want recreational marijuana. she said the state has spoken. the law has been pass did. there aretion issues with taxation regulation and we need to get on with it.
elizabeth did not choose me? why not? >> oh god if she chose dennis miller. >> oh. >> stephanie: let us know and we'll plug it when it's on. this is today's oh [ censor bleep ] i just shot myself news. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: a lot of times gun control they make the case for us. a man accidentally shot himself when he was trying to teach his girlfriend how to handle a gun. which if you think about it, jim, that is a really good gun-safety course. honey do not do this whatever you do. >> oh son of a bitch! ♪ i just [ censor bleep ] shot myself, i just [ censor bleep ] shot myself ♪ ♪ i just [ censor bleep ] shot myself ♪ >> the first rule of gun safety is don't have it loaded when you are teaching somebody. >> yeah. >> see this? do not do that. >> do not do that. >> stephanie: margaret in texas. welcome. >> caller: hello. hi. well, i wasn't going to start with this, but y'all were talking about the second coming of his majesty the great mitt. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: and, you know, i heard the 47% thing when it first came out on tv
kerry clearly not impressed with dennis rodman's basketball diplomacy in north korea last week. he said rodman was a great basketball player and as diplomat he was a great basketball player and that's where i'll leave it. >> bill: yeah. like jesse jackson with his one-man diplomacy. >> the first lady was spotted at a popular pizza joint meeting with a group of friends for about an hour. took some time to say hi to others in the restaurant. one would assume she ate pizza, but she could have had a solid. >> it's not health food there. >> bill: no. and it's right next door to good stuff, which is another favorite place of hers. i have seen here there at good stuff leaving there with her mother and the two girls. yeah, she knows her way around capitol hill. good place to eat as we know. yes, indeed. i love this story, having gone out to san diego, and then las vegas, and back here last night. experiencing tsa some of you might have seen i tweeted on friday when i went to san diego, there was three long lines at dellas to get checked in for the flights. the first line w
. >> bill: he's the new fox -- he and dennis kucinich. >> great line-up. >> bill: there it is. you know, i haven't seen -- maybe in a week or so, the ratings. fox is down. everybody is down after an election year. cable tv comes down. fox is down from where they were historically, peter but they're still beating -- msnbc two to one so cry me a river. >> in terms of the ratings race, msnbc has made some real gains. >> bill: they have. >> which i think again is due to new audience among the left for that kind of media to counter what ailes has done which is real interesting because when ailes built fox news, he was trying to counter what the mainstream media was doing. >> bill: let's talk about that particularly msnbc when we come back. the latest on fox news. we mention this and the phones usually go crazy. e-mails go crazy. anything good to be said about fox news or roger ailes? what about msnbc? are they going to overtake fox with their pretty bold left moves lately. and their hiring. dylan byers is in studio with us. your calls welcome at 1-866-55-press. >> announcer: seen on current tv,
awesome. yeah exactly. in another edition of wow is that random. dennis rodman as you know went to north korea, and now -- isn't he at the vatican waiting to meet the new pope. he says he will go wherever he is needed. he is needed anywhere as i pointed out. >> clearly things are not going well with north korea now, so i'm really curious, what did you do -- i can imagine him getting all chummy with him -- >> yeah, john kerry on the phone with you. >> what is going to happen at the vatican now? >> stephanie: yeah. steven segal is hanging without with vladimir putin. >> oh. >> stephanie: last august putin a joan judo enthusest honored segal at a mixed martial arts tournament. [ laughter ] >> wow. >> stephanie: must we send our most random -- >> yeah -- >> random b -- >> that's not even b -- >> right. c. >> stephanie: we need a second tody gust that. >> yes. >> stephanie: bark with the remaining moments of kelly carlin live in studio. >> hello. here is something we hope you really like. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ honest. i think the audience get
by the national education association. yes, the good men and women of the nea under president dennis van roekel making a difference in america's classrooms every day and creating great public schools for every student in the country. you can find out more about all, work they are doing at nea.org. nea.org. that's their website. in studio with us congress woman jan schakowsky who wants you to choose we are asking you to choose in terms of whether you want to continue wasteful spending in your opinion the tax code. we want more on how people can tune in. >> you mentioned the hash tag, youchoose on twitter. people are already chiming in to weigh in on that that have heard about this on the show. a couple of comments on tax loopholes hash tag, you choose. benefit only the wealthy and multi-national corporations. a comment from sam on twitter where we are tweeting @bp show. the wealthy like the koch brothers should look at history when you exploit the workers, you do so at your own peril. >> warning. >> absolutely. 750 jobs lost because of the sequester is the est
into being cared for a time. the dennis millers the cast of fox and friends the morning show that used to talk about now what do you do with all that turkey after thanksgiving. we have our special guest on today who says you can make your own jerky with a magnifying glass and some salt. that was what fox and friends was pre9/11. jacki: right. hal: that's what they were, competing with good morning america. it was not a hard-hiking news show. jacki: do you have that recipe, by the way? that would be delicious. hal: really? i call it antjerky, you use the same process as you did with ants as a child magnifying glass and salts and you just burn the turkey like that. you can leave it in the sandwich, the bread freeze dry the whole thick. that is before this device was available. honestly, this is what fox and friends was pre9/11. then 9/11 happened, blocks from where tees italiots live. i've met these folks. i was hosting talk soup before 9/11 and shooting when it happened. we had clips from fox and friends. they were apolitical clips. these were just guests of the hosts i was talking abou
can go to their web site, nea.org. thanks to their president dennis van roekel. all right. the news of the day. what's going on? you want to know here and around the country, only one place to go. two places to go. it is "full court press" and think progress. when we put them all together on a tuesday morning man you got the best of both worlds. igor volsky, deputy editor of think progress in studio with us again this morning. igor, good to see you. >> good morning. good marriage equality morning to you. >> i like that. >> bill: it is. it will be known as that. supreme court starting today with doma. >> proposition 8 is today. >> bill: really? yes. >> i thought oh, goodness, no, it is proposition 8 today. doma tomorrow. >> bill: today is proposition 8. california proposition. the supreme court in california had legalized marriage -- adopted marriage equality. the people of california with a lot of money from the church of scientology, so-called church of scientology and the roman catholic church and the mormons put prop 8 on the ballot, overturned marriage equality in california. th
'm like you want me to come back. okay. >> they should have had dennis miller rebut him. mip, mip, mip. >> stephanie: eddie in virginia you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi eddie. >> caller: yeah, since the homosexuals have higher rates of domestic violence and murder -- [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: where are you getting that from? >> you google it. >> everything on google is true -- >> you google it and then do empirical research to back it up. >> i can do it right now. >> yeah, what link is she looking for -- >> the medical maladities -- >> stephanie: what? >> caller: have you guys ever heard of aids by the way? >> oh, no. >> the diet candy. >> the majority of people around the world who hiv and aides are straight. you do realize that. >> caller: well, getting back to my point -- >> stephanie: go back to your first statistic, gays have higher rates of domestic violence and what else? >> suicide, drug abuse, murder -- >> stephanie: eddie all of that is completely untrue but go ahead -- >> caller: i invite people to research themselves. >> stephanie: okay. sure.
, and they're talking about the inconvenience of a form. (vo)dennis henigan is the acting president of the brady campaign to prevent gun violence. he says the nra has worked tirelessly to weaken the u.s. bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms, the agency tasked with enforcing gun laws. >>this is an agency that has lived in mortal fear of its own destruction for literally decades, because the dark cloud of the nra is always hovering close by. an agency that under tremendous pressure to do something about this gun trafficking, but doesn't have the legal tools to really do it effectively. (vo)over the last four decades, the nra has wielded remarkable influence over congress, persuading lawmakers to curb the atf's budget. >>my problem also is resources. my agency has been at the same amount of manpower since 1972. >>same number of men since 1972? same, like... >>we haven't had a director in over six years. >>why hasn't the atf had an active director in over six years? >>uh, it hasn't been confirmed by congress. >>why do you think that is? >>that's some political areas that i'm not allow
bergolio. father tom reece. pete officer. >> earlier mitt romney sat down with dennis miller talk radio host and he says quote, it's good to live a normal life again after running for president. a normal life to him is probably a little bit different than a normal life to you and i. we don't go on a multiple million dollar mansion. he said i wouldn't have gotten into this if i thought everything was going swimmingly when he decided to run for president and happy to be living a normal life. >> for me, it does not include a car elevator. >> horses that can dance. >> now fairther, there are some of us in the catholic church who have been advocating that the church has to make major changes like allowing ordination of women, allowing those who would like to get married and still be priests, maybe easing the ban on contraception, major changes. it's unlikely we will see -- would you agree it's unlikely we will see those changes from the pope is my first question. and the second is, if not, if he doesn't make those changes might we still expect him to change the focus
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